About Yeargin.com

Once in college I learned many lessons, most important was that education is only the bases for what you learn and do in life, it’s how you apply these lessons learned that determines who and what you become. The lessons come from many sources, parents, instructors, family, friends and even strangers you meet.

Leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of tomorrow.

With attention to detail and a commitment to excellence, the work done over the years have inspire, elevate, and enrich the lives of those who who I worked with.

The realization of my impact on others was shown one day while I was on an elevator while doing fraud reviews. A man entered the elevator and said I think I know you, which I had no recall of ever having meet. He then proceeded to call my name and remind me where and when we had encountered each other.

Realizing that he was indeed a former employee who I could only afford part time.

He went on to explained that the impact on his life from my willing ness to train him and give him the opportunity had not only lead to his current position as a senior programmer, but had also allowed him to be gainfully employed since that time. He now has a family some 15 years after our meeting and was doing quite well. He expressed his gratitude for taking the time to not be a boss but a mentor for life.

Meet Me

Maybe we have meet in the past in one of the 10 different states which I have worked with teams in supporting their objectives and innovation.

Michael Yeargin

MCSE, CFE, MBA, Security+, Grandfather